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when you don't have brakes >> reporter: a month after he showed how he could take control of a car, they released their findings it's now plastered across the internet. we first warned of the possible nearly two years ago. security expert says it's a real threat >> you're driving your smart phone down the road. he released information to hackers to solve the issue >> you're going 199 miles per hour now even though that's not the case. some cars have more than 30 of the computers he used a laptop to hack in >> we're able to take control of the brakes, the steering wheel, the seat belts >> oh, my gosh >> we could engage the brakes. regardless of what you did, you couldn't move the car anymore >> it could be a nightmare. half of the them accelerating and half braking at the same time. >> they're looking into car hacking including the sensors in tires >> the transmitters are inside the vehicle. >> reporter: the professor was able to remotely hack into tire pressure signals. >> we have 36 pounds of air in the tire. but using common lab equipment, they were able to capture the signal, r
tube and there is one thing. >> and i don't want to use microphone if possible. the amen of maria this is not possible with microphone. >> reporter: the next stops will include washington, d.c., and new york city. for this singing star who is shy, that is something he will have to overcome. >> and -- the world? >> yes. >> reporter: reporting from oakland, patrick sedillo, kpix5. >> and that is beautiful. >> yeah. >> and what kind of reviews do we have for today's weather? >> you tell me. >> and that is bravo. >> bravo. >> and it was not enthusiastic enough. >> that is okay. >> and let's look at what things are setting up for in the bay area. and mostly sunny skies. some clouds on the way from the great pacific northwest. for us, we'll spread high clouds over the bay area and we are, as a matter of fact. and this is cooler and a bit on the brisk side. we're starting out with readings mostly in the upper 40s to low 50 degrees range and just a few puffs of fog out there. not much. a lot of sunshine in the bay area. for now, concord has 44 degrees and in the city, 51 and 49 degrees and some winds calmed d
in the philippines to rubble. >> the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. it's great human tragedy. >> reporter: 150-mile-per-hour winds ripped through homes and snapped this tree like a twig. the storm surge reportedly up to 40 feet high in places sent floodwaters into the streets. this woman says she is searching for her mother, father and her child, who was ripped from her hand. cleanup and rescue efforts are difficult because there's no power or phones in most places. people are sorting through what's left of their homes during the day, then huddling together at night in the structures that are still standing. this image from space shows just how massive the typhoon is, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded. it's hitting vietnam, then it's forecast to head to china. on saturday, a half million vietnamese people in high risk areas were moved to higher ground. they are hoping to avoid the direct hit that was seen in the philippines. wendy gillette for cbs news. >> and people in the bay area are also stepping in to help. the regional center of the nat
don't ban cigarettes. if you make it more expensive so that it reflects the true cost of society, because we are going to see an absolute tsunami in terms of diabetes related health costs in this country in large part because of the consumption of sugary beverages. 112-ounce can of soda has about 10 teaspoons of sugar in it. >> are we going to see this in other cities as well? >> i think we're seeing it around country. a few in california, washington state. so we are seeing a growing awareness around the country of sugary beverages are in major public health problems. >> i'm sure it's going to be the center of quite a bit of debate as we move forward on this. okay. i want to thank you for joining us. we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, defending the obamacare website.... a tennessee sta senator the secret >> 48 hours after the defending of the obamacare website, tennessee state senator got in his own cap. republican senator brian kelsey handed her a copy of websites for dummies. according to the paper that since that photo, he quickly passed that book off to an eight. that
data said never know they got it from the nsa. >> so you don't have knowledge this is actually going on with your account? >> that's right. >> parallel construction. that's what they call it. >> what does that mean? >> the nsa gets it, passes it off to irs, and the irs goes to the front door and the same data. >> this is a question about technology and a lot keeping up with each other. was this done when we use of the wire lines and such, or is this just new with the internet? >> this is new. when there were wire lines, when law enforcement wanted to get your communications, they had to get a wiretap on you directly. now they get it on us all the time. they started out in the big data center in utah and they do it at their leisure. >> when we were on the wire networks in the days, there are still private companies operating these services. what changed to allow the government to lift this information and keep it around for whenever they think it's convenient to look at it? >> storage has gotten cheaper. the communication channel have gotten bigger and offense and smaller and offense.
after 7:00 a.m., more than three hours later than nor medical school. >> it is a problem. i don't know if it is going to work or not. >> reporter: they are blaming an upgrade that had a problem. but the time it was fixed, the damage was already done. >> we have to see why didn't it work and make the fix that is are needed so it does not happen again. >> reporter: what is happening again, bart and the unions trading barbs. they are lawyering off after a family leave provision was left off. >> what the district has done ask illegal. they did not--is illegal. they did not follow the process they were supposed to follow. >> if they file a lawsuit, we'll have to go to court and we'll are all of the legal documents to speak for themselves. >> reporter: the unions are not saying much ashton a strike but they are not ruling--about a strike but they are not ruling it out, after they had two strikes already this year. >> i am fed up with bart. i am so sick and tired of this, you know, they want to raise prices, it is dirty. >> you know, i was at the bart board meting on thursday,- -meeting on th
to be in their mother's arms all of the time. >> we talked about the website, but is it going to work if you don't have enough young people to sign up? we found this on president obama's website that encouraging people to buy the insurance as a gift which doesn't sound like a great gift. they have to have a lot of young people sign up. >> that's going to be the real challenge to see if that can happen because that finances the program and the insurance pools. i will say this, it will be a topic over the holidays because when people get together, this comes up and it's affecting people in the room. >>> coming up, the fourth area is open and hopefully will make life easier for drivers. we spoke with some of the drivers. >> reporter: with two brand new lanes to the calcot tunnel helps. >> this morning, a smooth ride in going into the city and a smooth ride back. >> reporter: officials are not too shy patting themselves on the back either. a 160,000 drivers can now expect a quicker drive through the mountain. plus, the project is done early and under budget. >> the state of californiaened the federal gover
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